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CPAC Today in Politics starts each weekday in Canadian politics with the latest news headlines, a summary of topical opinions from columnists, editorialists and pundits and a preview of the day’s events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand what’s driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead. A broadcaster, writer and entre ...
 
Two Canadian podcasters, Taylor and Matthew, discuss shenanigans and hijinks in Canadian politics. We also talk about high-profile Canadians, and criticize them from a leftist perspective. Whether you're a toiling MP in a rural riding, or riding high in the Red Chamber—watch out! We will probably make fun of you.
 
In this era of knee-jerk partisanship and decision-based evidence making, the currency of actual ideas has become sadly devalued in Canadian politics. Veteran broadcaster Jo-Ann Roberts is changing all that with People, Politics and Planet, a wide-ranging audio journey through some fascinating political terrain where you’ll meet some of the country’s most thought-provoking policy innovators. Sure, they mostly lean towards Green – but, as Jo-Ann finds out, that’s where the all interesting stu ...
 
PrimeTime Politics is a comprehensive round-up of the day in Canadian politics, from breaking stories to developments on longstanding issues. Key moments, feature interviews, panels, in-depth analysis and more. It’s the day in an hour. Peter is one of the most well-known political journalists in Canada, a distinctive and popular personality with close to four decades as both reporter and anchor. He joined CPAC in 2001, where he began his continuing stint as host of PrimeTime Politics, CPAC’s ...
 
This podcast is for Canadians who want lower taxes, less waste and more accountable government. We go beyond the politics to push for policies that shrink tax bills. We break exclusive news stories about government waste that aren’t covered by the media. And we enforce accountability and transparency for politicians in every political party. Join the Canadian Taxpayers Federation at taxpayer.com.
 
A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
Govern Yourself Accordingly is a brand new podcast for engaged citizens and public leaders who want to lead change through politics with their integrity intact. If you are someone who is engaged in politics - as an activist, an elected leader, aspiring candidate or simply someone who wants to engage deeply with questions about public leadership this is the podcast for you. We're always on the hunt for people, stories, big ideas and small ones that capture our curiosity about how we can gover ...
 
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There are reports the US border will reopen to Canadian travellers next month; Vaccine mandates could soon lead to a shortage of health-care workers in Canada; And Alberta premier Jason Kenney introduces a new app for proof of vaccination and says vaccine passports will remain in place into the new year.…
 
The Democrats in congress can't agree on much. And we're rapidly driving toward a cliff on three fronts: Biden's legacy, the debt ceiling and government funding. Justin does his best to understand Australia's lockdowns and protests. Political betting expert Evan Scrimshaw joins us yet again to break down the Canadian elections, preview the upcoming…
 
There’s cautious optimism as the details of the reopening of the US border are worked out; Quebec says a delay in its vaccine mandate deadline for health workers is a last chance; And the government moves to make its special envoy on combating antisemitism a permanent role.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Justin does some light texting and finds a very interesting theory about the Southwest Airlines / Vaccine Mandate rumors. A viral ad that MIGHT actually plug into a fruitful campaign for the Democrats. Molly Wood (Marketplace Tech) joins us to discuss her latest podcast How We Survive. The reality of green tech and climate change from the point of …
 
A B.C. First Nation responds to the Prime Minister‘s expression of regret; Will the government extend COVID-19 benefits that are set to expire this month?; And Jagmeet Singh says he’s willing to withhold votes if the Liberals table legislation he doesn’t agree with.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Debt Ceiling is the big talk all over DC and we take a look at the issue, the strategies and how things might play out. The Lieutenant Governor of Idaho issued several executive orders while the Governor was out of the state. Drama? Yes. But what's more? They are about to run against each other for the state's top job! Prof. Matthew Browne (Dec…
 
The Prime Minister says he regrets travelling on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation; How will the government implement its new vaccination mandate for public servants and Canadian travellers?; And Chrystia Freeland offers a stark assessment of the treatment of women and sexual assault cases in the Canadian military.…
 
Erin O'Toole says he has enough support to stay on as Conservative leader after his caucus gives itself the power to remove him; Jason Kenney makes a plea to Albertans as the Thanksgiving weekend approaches; And details emerge about the government’s plans for vaccine mandates.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Conservative national caucus is expected to vote on giving themselves the power to potentially oust their leader; Military nurses are in place in Alberta, ready to help in hospitals strained by COVID; Canada moves to formally begin negotiations with the U.S. over the fate of Line 5.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Justin Trudeau apologizes to a British Columbia First Nation for skipping reconciliation events; When might a new cabinet be sworn in, and Parliament resume?; And with continuing questions about Erin O’Toole’s leadership, the Conservative caucus prepares to meet on Tuesday.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Justin is the brains behind the podcast and Clubhouse room Politics and Media 101. He has 7 years of communications and policy experience in U.S. politics Before his career in PR, Justin led the legislative and media strategies addressing Hurricane Maria as an appointed official for the Democratic Government of Puerto Rico. Prior to switching polit…
 
As Canadians mark the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the prime minister goes on holidays in British Columbia; Alberta asks for help from the military, the Red Cross, and Newfoundland and Labrador; And some MPs say all of their colleagues in the House of Commons should be vaccinated.…
 
As we marvel at the cluster in congress surrounding Biden's Build Back Better bill we look back at the 2009 passage of Obamacare where... you guessed it... two Democratic votes gummed up the works. Is what happened a road map of the future? The good and bad news for Biden on COVID as Delta finally relents. Matt Donnelly (Ice Cream Social) joins us …
 
CONGRESS APOCALYPTO! Pelosi sides with the moderates at the 11th hour. Will the progressives cave or hold the line? Oh also, the debt ceiling needs to be raised. Yeah, and the government is going to shut down on Thursday. WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN! Bill Scher joins us to bask in the glory of his prediction that Pelosi was going to do EXACTLY WHAT SHE…
 
The Green Party faces big questions about the future, after Annamie Paul points to internal squabbling as her reason for stepping down; Alberta sets records for COVID patients in the ICU, while the federal government offers help for Saskatchewan; And the White House says the release of Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig was not the result of a priso…
 
A deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. brings an end to house arrest for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, allowing her to leave Canada and go home to China. Guy Saint-Jacques, Canada's former ambassador to China, looks at what this development means for Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, two Canadians detained in China shortly after Meng's ar…
 
Laura Babcock is a National TV/radio commentator and host, for CBC and the Executive Director of the Oakville Chamber of Commerce. She gives the takeaways of the 2021 Canadian election. She is joined on stage by John Gunnison and Juston Higgins. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party will form Canada's next government following a tightly con…
 
“Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage, And then is heard no more. It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing.” -Macbeth, Act 5, Scene 5 Would Macbeth have been right about the Canadian Federal Election of 2021? While the campaign was certainly full of sound and fury,…
 
Pearl Eliadis, a human rights lawyer and McGill University professor, discusses a Quebec bill to ban anti-vaccine protests outside hospitals and schools Duane Bratt, a Mount Royal University professor of political science, looks at Alberta's current political situation and the future of Premier Jason Kenney. Political commentators Kate Harrison, Su…
 
You might rightfully wonder how over 10,000 immigrants from the Caribbean island nation of Haiti wound up in Del Rio, Texas. Justin doesn't have a lot of answers but it is yet another headache for Biden to deal with. The first negative ads of the midterms are here! GOP aligned groups begin hammering Dems on the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill. Mi…
 
Dan Kelly, president and CEO of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, joins Peter Van Dusen to discuss the implementation of vaccine "passports" for non-essential businesses. We also hear from University of Ottawa epidemiologist Raywat Deonandan. Bert Chen, a member of the Conservative Party of Canada's National Council, discusses his pu…
 
Justin T. Russell has over 30 years of experience in government service, government relations, and international affairs, covering a wide range of issues. We speak to him about the world after Afghanistan. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
It's our final show before election day!Email: Canadianpoliticsisboring@gmail.comOUR LIVE STREAM https://bit.ly/38eOR8cInstagram: https://bit.ly/3yc6ujzTwitter: https://bit.ly/2Wp9IDoOur Merch Store: https://bit.ly/3sTWR7ZOur Frequency Network Page: https://bit.ly/2UPsvqIAv Jesse Harley, Rhys Waters / Frequency Podcast Network
 
We discuss another bizarre PPC candidate. Steeped in far right online culture, alt right hate and designing video games in suburban Ontario.OUR LIVE STREAM https://bit.ly/38eOR8cEmail us! canadianpoliticsisboring@gmail.comInstagram: https://bit.ly/3yc6ujzTwitter: https://bit.ly/2Wp9IDoOur Merch Store: https://bit.ly/3sTWR7ZOur Frequency Network Pag…
 
We’re talking about an issue that need more attention: accountability for grassroots people in First Nations communities. It’s a huge, complicated issue, and something that should be talked about during this election, so we reached out to Rob Louie and Charmaine Stick, two champions for First Nations transparency and accountability. They spoke with…
 
If politicians want to improve affordability, they need to lower taxes. To put that in perspective, even during the pandemic, the average Canadian family paid $35,047 in taxes, or 36 per cent of their budget. During this election, politicians are trying to sell us on their affordability plans. So, our B.C. Director Kris Sims and our Federal Directo…
 
The federal government is more than $1 trillion in debt. It’s borrowing $424 million every day. That means that each Canadian is on the hook for about $30,000 in federal government debt alone. If politicians don’t save money that will have to come from Canadians through taxes today, taxes tomorrow or inflation. Our Federal Director Franco Terrazzan…
 
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